Question about Coby MP-705 Digital Media Player
I had the same problem. I purchased/downloaded movies in mpeg-4 format but couldn't load them on my 705. I found a solution. Go to avs4you.com and download the video converter 6. You can try the free version first to make sure it works but you will have a message appear in the center of the screen periodically throughout the video. If it works you will have to redo the conversion so you can replace it on the 705. The key in the conversion is to select edit and enter 220 for the width, 176 for height, and 30 fps. Once you complete the conversion using this format go to the saved file and right click, send to, and then chose the port that the 705 is pluged into. This should solve the problem. I'm using XP as my platform. I'm not sure if it works the same on Vista or other Windows platforms. To remove a file from the 705 go to the start menu, select run, type in the drive/port that the 705 is pluged into then right click on the file to be removed. Select delete.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
You have a cd for installation on your cd you have a programme to convert for your small machine ( you have to convert ) chow Yvon !!!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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